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Poor Isometric Strength Linked to Hypertension, Heart Disease, and Premature Death.

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Poor Isometric Strength Linked to Hypertension, Heart Disease, and Premature Death. Sure we could sit and argue that “correlation doesn’t equal causation,” or we could start promoting Isometric exercise for use as a preventative treatment methodology for hypertension, heart failure, and coronary heart disease.

Dr. Ronald Wiley observed in 1969 that isometric muscle contractions lowered blood pressure in fighter pilots. Since that observation, hundreds of millions of people have died without knowing that isometric strength training could have positively impacted their health and quality of life.

Here are the conclusions from three different studies that provide a timeline of heart disease and what we need to combat it.

It’s time we add isometric strength training to the conversation.

In the upcoming article, I will briefly discuss how isometric strength training improves the “activation rate” of muscle tissue which leads to reduced peripheral resistance and improved blood flow.

See you next time as we explore the fascinating world of isometric strength training.

Brad Thorpe – CEO & Inventor of Isophit

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